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SFGTV2
Oct 29, 2012 9:30pm PDT
special someone while listening to the water and gazing at the swans. a beautiful to view from many locations along the mattoon, an ideal place to -- all -- lagoon, an ideal place to walk with a loved one. reservations for weddings are available at sfrecpark.org. discarding contains plants referred to by william shakespeare's plays and poems. welcome to the shakespeare garden here in the famous golden gate park. located near the museum and the california academy of sciences, the garden was designed by the california spring blossom and wildfilower association. here is a truly enchanting and tranquil garden along a path behind a charming gate. this garden is the spot to woo your date. stroll around and appreciate its unique setting. the gorgeous brick walkway and a brick wall, the stone benches, the rustic sundial. chaired the part -- share the bard's word hundred famous verses from a shakespearean plays. this is a gem to share with someone special. pack a picnic, find a bench, and enjoy the sunshine, and let the whimsical words of william shakespeare and floats you and your loved one
SFGTV2
Oct 23, 2012 1:00pm PDT
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PBS
Oct 13, 2012 4:00pm PDT
gazing at these huggable sheep, you can almost taste the pecorino cheese. and cheese is an important part of this farm's economy. walls are stacked with rounds of pecorino, made from the unpasturized, and therefore tastier, milk of the farm's sheep. traditional organic methods are labor intensive, but connoisseurs of good living here know it's well worth the trouble and expense. the farm also produces top-grade prosciutto. the hams are not cooked but cured in salt. after hanging in a room for several weeks, each one is given a spicy coat of pepper. the slow curing process -- here they're checking the progress with a horse-bone needle -- takes over a year. the tradition of making these foods is as timeless as the tuscan countryside. [ indistinct conversations ] sylvia, happy to share the fruits of her labor, invites us for dinner. while this prosciutto and pecorino cheese is sold all over italy with the family's label, it's particularly tasty when eaten right here. it's a classic tuscan table: simplicity, a sense of harmony, and no hurry enjoyed with a great glass of chianti.
FOX
Oct 31, 2012 9:00am PDT
creepy gaze. >> is that a weapon? >> this kind of looks like a she sheath or a knife. according to the sheriff's department, that's why they took this very seriously nep thought, they saw that sheath and thought, this guy might have some sort of weapon on him. watch this. he picks up a ball and starts walking around. this guy in the jacket gives him a hi. hi. welcome to the field. watch this guy in the green. form tackle, straight out of the nfl. the guy in the green jacket is actually an off duty lieutenant. hurley has been charged with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness, although he wasn't tested for any alcohol in his system. he's released and he does plan to appear in court. >> i feel sorry for the guy who had to tackle that crack. >> yeah. tackle. >> he got cracked. >> he did. >>> hurricane sandy left a trail of death and destruction in the northeast. millions without power. homes under water, and fires from exploding transformers. now the internet is filled with images that tell the tale of sandy's wrath. [ inaudible ]. >> oh, my god. oh! oh, my god. [ bleep ]. i got that
SFGTV
Oct 17, 2012 5:30pm PDT
someone while listening to the water and gazing at the swans. a beautiful to view from many locations along the mattoon, an ideal place to -- all -- lagoon, an ideal place to walk with a loved one. reservations for weddings are available at sfrecpark.org. discarding contains plants referred to by william shakespeare's plays and poems. welcome to the shakespeare garden here in the famous golden gate park. located near the museum and the california academy of sciences, the garden was designed by the california spring blossom and wildfilower association. here is a truly enchanting and tranquil garden along a path behind a charming gate. this
CBS
Oct 10, 2012 11:00pm EDT
they lies or untruths? whatever was said by the state department following the embassy in ben gaze is not true and some tough talking members of congress want to know if there was a coverup. here are the details of a hearing that ignited fury on both sides of the debate. >> reporter: anita, heated exchanges took place on capitol hill. they were trying to get not to simple questions answered. how was the entire world so misinformed in the days that followed the attacks? >> reporter: as it turns out, the original explanation for the u.s. embassy in bengazi that killed chris stevens and others is false. it had nothing to do with a revolt from extremists opposing an antiislamic film. it was the result of a terrorist attack. now the truth is out, this committee is demanding answers. >> you are saying you got it wrong, it stayed wrong, you didn't know any better. is that right? >> reporter: the chairman and other members of the committee grilled ambassador kennedy and members of the state department. >> if any administration official, including any career official were on television on s
SFGTV
Oct 16, 2012 7:30am PDT
you have it over 1100 feet, it will be so impressive to gaze upon and the rest of the world will want to visit our fair city and enjoy this taller iconic tower just like the empire state building in new york city. thank you. >> thank you, would you like to offer your name? >> ruben santiago. >> great, thank you. >> yeah. >> my name is tim frank. thank you. very good. yes, my name is tim frank and i'm the director of the sustainable neighborhoods and i thank you for your work today. i wanted to encourage you to respond to the staff report positively, i think they've done an excellent yob and i think this project is quite remarkable, if i were to criticize the staff analysis, it's not taking enough credit in fact. if you look at this project because of its location, the transit and the location, the fact that this city has a cumulative housing of such magnitude and the the project is responsive to these needs and provides an extraordinarily level of low-income housing is noted and it's designed with the very best of green technology, there will be lead goal projects within the proj
CW
Oct 20, 2012 10:00pm PDT
gazing conditions. can we see it? >> yes we can. away from the bay and away from the coastline. that will be your best viewing of this meteor shower. inland best because that's where we have the clear skies anticipated for the bulk of the overnight hours. you can see 20 meteors per hour beginning after midnight up until about sun up tomorrow. and this is again all because earth is passing through halley's comet dust. try to look to the south. again, the south. that's in the direction of san jose, morgan hill. that's where you'll see 20 meteors per hour. in the southern, we'd be able to see as many as 40. this shower does take place from october 15th to october 29th. but the best viewing happens to be overnight tonight, peaking at dawn tomorrow morning. >> thanks so much. >>> the san mateo bridge is closed for seismic retro fitting and repairs. you are looking at a live picture at the bridge where the work began last night. in recent years become standard operating procedure to close bridges on weekends to do necessary repairs and upgrades. 12 thirty foot sections will be replaced. th
KRON
Oct 27, 2012 2:30pm PDT
gazing at a computer screen. they spend more than seven hours in front of electronic media. something essential has been lost. childhood's connection to the natural world. that's why national wildlife federation created the be out there movement. kids moving indoors causes a host of problems, from obesity to adhd. but outdoor play can go a long way to improving kid's health, body, mind and spirit. it helps them stay fit, enhances creativity and attention spans and could even make them better students. do your part. be a part of be out there. there's a reason why they call it the great outdoors. learn more at be out there dot org. [kids shouting] be out there! we all should know. here's this week's report. >> little miss muffet had it right. when that spider sat down beside her, she ran away. and while many of us would do exactly what little miss muffet did, for the most part, spiders are harmless, right? >> in the u.s., the vast majority of spiders are not dangerous to humans. >> so if we're bitten by a harmless spider, do we need to apply first aid? >> yes, wash that spide
KCSMMHZ
Oct 2, 2012 9:30am PDT
here, under the watchful gaze of polar bears. >> most of the time, polar bears just ignore our camps. we are probably missing most of them because they hunt at night. normally, they avoid people. >> when they do appear, the research team leads the polar bears in peace as long as they do not come into the camps or go into the provisions 10. a warning shot is all that it takes to scare them off. >> we heard that a whale got stranded in neighboring petunia day a few weeks ago. whenever a whale gets beach, polar bears will be attracted. when we got here yesterday, the russians told us they had spotted polar bears around the whale. they were just sitting out there enjoying a meal. >> everyone has to carry a rifle for protection. it also carries one, an old german army model. people have to be prepared to scare off there's for their own protection and the bears' -- people have to be prepared to scare off bears. we get the chance to enjoy an arctic summer. little grows here, but what does has plenty of space. the longer summer seasons means there's plenty of plant life. >> these littl
LINKTV
Oct 9, 2012 11:00am PDT
herald special powers of benefit to the ruler. paintings on vases and cups portray the king gazing at himself in a mirror held by a dwarf. mirrors were thought to have magicaop and were used to divine the future. those vases, and the painted cups used to serve a chili-laden chocolate drink enjoyed by the maya elite, offer glimpses of life at the maya court. rulers, bedecked in jewels, receive tribute in the form of folded bolts of cloth or sacks of cacao beans. they ruled from thrones covered with jaguar pelts. mayainorrated the guar into their imagery as a symbol of their power. at palenque, residences for the nobility were built east of the palace stretching downstream across the otolum river. they included places of ritual cleansing, ancestral shrines, and courtyards for community gatherings. the ranks of the nobility supplied the scribes-- a reflection of the importance of literacy to the maya. scribes were necessarily artists because of the pictorial quality of mayan hieroglyphs. now scribes d a very important social function. they weren't just the storytellers. they were people
LINKTV
Oct 22, 2012 5:30pm PDT
would certainly explain all the attentiveness of those gazes, directed in different ways at the royal intruder. yet there really is nothing deferential about this painting at all. here, it is the artist rather than the king who is sovereign. after these amazing visual fireworks, it comes as something of an anticlimax to learn that velazquez spent the later part of his life in an almost obsessive quest for gentlemanly status. the snobbery that made him hunger to be a knight of the order of santiago may seem degrading to us. after all, his nobility lay in his art, which he had taken to undreamt-of levels of sophistication and technical virtuosity. perhaps our disappointment is a measure of the huge distance from his culture to ours. his sublimely confident play with illusion and reality, with certainty and uncertainty, makes us want to recruit him as a fellow traveler of the modern world, but the knight of the order of santiago surrounded by other servants of the cult of royalty-- dwarfs, maids of honor, princesses, and courtiers-- stares back at us, the hidden contents of his eni
NBC
Oct 22, 2012 2:50am EDT
you i cried endlessly for 24 years. i wanted to die myself to be with david. >> her gaze fixed on the woman her son once loved. >> you are guilty. michael is where he should be in prison. your father is where he should be and you will join him one day because that is where you should be. in hell. >> david's brother was not at all sure that justice was served. >> if you lose in trial, that's god's will. you can't control that. i think it should have gone to trial. i think society in two years when she comes off of house arrest needs to worry. >> we have a picture of david. >> his mother -- >> there was justice. she is say felon now for life. she has to live with all that. i don't. every time i get out of bed in the morning, one leg said guilty and the other says felon. >> as for the detective who pursued the case who now thinks a murderer got away -- >> at first i was disappointed and i had to make peace with it. when i put my head on the pillow at night, she is a felon. >> mentally in prison here, do you ever escape that? >> as for barbara? she is spending her house arrest in her
NBC
Oct 31, 2012 2:05am EDT
anchoring gaze and we talk. and it comes from millions of years of holding a baby in front of your face, educating with words. >> let's look at two men. this is how two men discuss things. okay. maybe not. there they are. >> the guy on the right looks up. the guy on the left will look away. i think it comes from millions of years from sitting behind the bush on the grass sides of africa trying to hit the buffalo in the head with a rock. can't be talking to your neighbor while you do it. >> look at the third picture. >> it's funny when you're talking to a man. sometimes when they're walking they reveal more because they're not looking at you. >> ah. >> if you want a really good conversation with a man, do it while he's driving a car. he can't go. you're side by side. you're not looking at him. >> he's look the way he likes which is straight ahead. >> i love it. our third picture is a man and a woman. let's check this one out. she's all wrapped up in him, and he's totally not. wouldn't you say she's more romantic? >> no, no, no. she's doing women's intimacy. she's trying to reach him
NBC
Oct 30, 2012 6:00pm EDT
on earth as we watched the satellite pictures of hurricane sandy. we'll turn our gaze in the opposite direction up into the heavens. this is awesome of scientists at the european southern observatory have just released new images of the milky way. those astronomers used a combination pa of jwv- and infrared images to catalogue, check this out, more than 84 million stars in the central part of the milky way. those anncr: it's said that character is what we do... when we think no one is looking. mitt romney: believe that they are victims. anncr: mitt romney thought no one was looking when... he attacked forty-seven percent of americans. his companies shipped jobs overseas. his plan cuts millionaires' taxes, but raises yours. he'll voucherize medicare... and make catastrophic cuts to education. so remember what romney said... and what his plan would do. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message.
CNN
Oct 15, 2012 8:00am PDT
, walked right up to the audience and locked gaze and answered questions fairly well. having seen what mitt romney has been able to do on the campaign that he can engage in the same way? >> let me start off with the assumption that bill clinton is unique in that sense. he feels your pain, he's a unique politician. he does these town hall meetings and i covered him for eight years when he was president d the lead up to his winning back in '92. he's way, way beyond mitt romney and president obama in a setting like this. but having said that, president obama and mitt romney are strong it this setting but they're not perfect or great. the president has to show that he wants throb, he's engaged, he's not bored. some of those aspects apparently he failed on during the first presidential debate and i think mitt romney has got to show that he can relate to these average folks as well, which has been a problem occasionally for him in the course of all of these town hall meetings he's done. having said all that, boat of these gots to this level because they're good, they're strong. you doesn't g
NBC
Oct 9, 2012 4:00pm EDT
vivacious, she is a secretary, she loves her gaze and so do i. there's a lot of similarity. >> if they start dating -- >> the new normal airs tonight at 9:30 after the voice and go on nbc 4. don't mess with nene. we've had her in here. she was very sweet us on but she's been hard on other people. >> she looks tall. she is very tall. >>> speaking of the new normal. this weather, is it the new norm for us? >> well, more or less. the change of seasons is definitely underway. no doubt about it. in the last couple days we just skipped october altogether and went straight to late november. we get a little hint of october back in the forecast for the remainder of the week. still running a bit cooler than average. wait until you see the seven day. if you have stuff to do outside, i think you'll like it. it is still a cloudy and chilly afternoon. 63 degrees still at national airport. the winds remain out of the north or northeast between five and ten miles per hour pretty much across the entire area. we did see a little break or two of sunshine across loudoun county. those clouds are quickly fi
LINKTV
Oct 10, 2012 3:00pm PDT
ruler. paintings on vases and cups portray the king gazing at himself in a mirror held by a dwarf. mirrors we thought to have magicapr and were used to divine the future. those vases, and the painted cups used to serve a chili-laden chocolate drink enjoyed by the maya elite, offer glimpses of life at the maya court. rulers, bedecked in jewels, receive tribute in the form of folded bolts of cloth or sacks of cacao beans. they ruled from thrones covered with jaguar pelts. maya kinorrad the guar into their imagery as a symbol of their power. at palenque, residences for the nobility were built east of the palace stretching downstream across the otolum river. they included places of ritual cleansing, ancestral shrines, and courtyards for community gatherings. the ranks of the nobility pplied the scres-- a reflection of the importance of literacy to the maya. scribes were necessarily artists because of the pictorial quality of mayan hieroglyphs w scribes had a very important social function. they weren't just the storytellers. they were people who recorded tribute and deliveries of good
CSPAN
Oct 22, 2012 6:45am EDT
and joshua just after morning mass, she gazed eastward toward the three sisters view, a mountain range in which three rounded peaks with the most prominent. the views are well known landmark to those who appreciate his rugged part of l.a. county. a marker of comfort and beauty that brings the endless desert expanse to a rolling stop. beckoning the pilgrims to slow down evermore and take stock. was the formation first thing by three sisters, or was it called when the ancestors of the indians roamed traveling up and down its trails as they headed westward into the mojave and then crossing another mountain range? no one knows the answer to these questions but the members of the order at mount carmelo sometimes joke that sitting near the three sisters viewed, it was to invoke their calling. mount carmelo serve the area's poor, offering daily mass and comfort and providing a day care center for children as parents worked the valleys orchards and fields. knowing that there's been a deadly incident nearby and the fugitive suspected in the killing might be lurking. sister mary was wary a
MSNBC
Oct 4, 2012 7:00pm EDT
couldn't take that gaze we're looking at there? >> i don't know. >> eye to eye. >> i don't know if that bothered him or not. all i know is he was talking -- i don't know to whom he was talking. he seemed to be staring out in space, whether he was talking to lehrer or to the audience, but he was not talking directly into the camera, which is, of course, us, which is the audience out there. and that's what they're supposed to do. he certainly didn't do that. there are only two places he could go, either into the camera, i think, or to his partner, to the person with whom he's debating. he should have been looking at his partner or he should have before looking into the camera. the rest of it was a waste of time and of energy and made him look, i think, insufficiently interested in the moment. we say in acting we say that we have to be -- we have to find ourselves in the moment, and he was not in the moment. and interestingly enough, mitt romney, whom i accused in my first article that i wrote about this, how to act human, of being unable to relate to the public, was in the moment, for the
MSNBC
Oct 12, 2012 12:00pm PDT
might he have been thinking when he's staring at paul with this loving gaze? i wondered maybe he might say tell me more about how you used to get legislation passed in the continental congress. >> nice. >> very grandfatherly. >> i'm not a funny person. my thought was -- >> oh, stop it. >> you're not intentionally funny. >> thank you. >> yes, you are. >> do the exact opposite. how about biden is presented as a calm, placid figure. >> yes. >> precisely worded sentences and -- that's all i got. >> and ryan comes out in his outfit from "time" magazine, his weight lifting magazine pumping iron. >> oh, man. the ha the hat backwards. >> that would be awesome. >> whatever happens it's going to be amazing. >> great ideas. >> i'm sure they have ideas of their own. >> since biden started with malarkey and went to stuff, he could get more and more offensive throughout the debate. that's our thoughts. >>> up next, a different kind of inspiration. einstein, fdr, jackie rob be son and the boss. the list of the 100 greatest americans of the 20th century, great ahead. [ male announcer ] inside th
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